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1. Organic Farming (OFP)

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Organic Farming

CETDEM is organising Hands-on Bin Composting Demo on Sunday, 25 January 2015 at the Organic Farming Community Centre (OFCC).

    Click on image for Bin Composting Demo

Date: 25 January 2015, Sunday
Time: 2pm -3pm
Venue: Organic Farming Community Centre
29, Jln 19/15 PJ
Fee: RM15

Note: All payments should be made in favor of CETDEM or bank in to our Maybank SS2 PJ Branch A/C No: 5122 3151 0851. Please email the payment slip to of2@cetdem.org.my if payment is by transfer

Please do not hesitate to contact Ms Ng at 03-7875 7767 should you have any queries.

We look forward to your participation!

CETDEM’s Farmer’s Corner will be held on Sunday, 18 January 2014 at the OFCC

An event that happens every 3rd week of the month except on public holidays and when it does not clash with our major events. If you are looking for fresh, affordable organic vegetables and some delicious breads/quick breads, this is the place for you! Let’s see if we can serve you an exciting scrumptious breakfast on that morning!! Interested?

Vegetable seeds/seedlings, organic fertilizer, compost and compost bins are available for sale.
The Objectives of this small farmer’s corner include:

* To Cater specifically for small organic farmers as an outlet to market their produce.
* To Cultivate closer relationships/trust amongst farmers and consumers.
* To Provide fresh and affordable organically grown vegetables to consumers.

See you on 18 January, Sunday at the Organic Farming Community Centre at No 29 Jalan 19/15, Section 19, Petaling Jaya.

CETDEM’s Farmer’s Corner  scheduled on Sunday, 18 January 2015  is cancelled due to non-availability of organic vegetables. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Free Talk on “Zhong Dao (The Middle Way)” will be held on Wednesday, 14 January 2015 at OFCC

You are cordially invited to a FREE Talk on ” Zhong Dao (The Middle Way)” by Ms Zhang Yu from China. Ms Zhang has a masters degree on Human Ecology from VUB-Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium.

Her talk will draw on a comparison between contemporary Chinese sustainable development and Western development; while taking a look at China’s integrated development agenda, and some factors that contribute to national development. Her talk will focus on the essence of ancient Chinese culture and wisdom on environmental protection.


Topic: Zhong Dao — the Middle Way
Venue: CETDEM Organic Farming Community Centre
29, Jalan 19/15, 47300 Petaling Jaya
Language: English
Date: Wednesday, 14 January 2015
Time: 2.30 pm ~ 4.30pm

There will be Q & A; interaction, exchange and sharing of information
with participants.

Those interested to attend the talk must register before 10th January on first come first served basis, as sitting capacity is limited.

You may either email to of2@cetdem.org.my or call Ms Ng at 03-7875 7767 (DURING OFFICE HOURS) for registration.

Talk on Household Bin Composting and Organic Kitchen Garderning will be held in Melaka on Sunday 11 January 2015.

Ms Tan Siew Luang, CETDEM Organic Farming Project Coordinator, will be going to Melaka to give a TALK on how to do your own composting (complete with demonstration) and kitchen gardening.

Date : January 11 (Sunday)
Time : 1.00PM -2.30PM
Venue: No31-1, Jalan MP3, Taman Merdeka Permai, Batu Berendam, 75350 Melaka
Fee: RM20
Contact: Ms Petrina Goh / Ms Ho Hwee Sian
H/P : +6019-6679788 / 012-636 3855
Email: petrina3232@gmail.com / hweeho@hotmail.com

GO GREEN THROUGH ORGANIC Gardening. Composting: Turning Organic Waste into Black Gold !

Organic waste (from the Kitchen and Garden) which makes up about 47% of waste generated by the Malaysian household, will usually end up in a landfill. As the organic material rots in the landfill, the greenhouse gas methane is released. What can you help address this ? YES, the answer is COMPOSTING !

    Environmentalist Gurmit Singh and his wife opt for the simple life to preserve nature

Gurmit Singh and his wife, Tan Siew Luang, are an admirable and inspirational couple who have embraced green living in all aspects of their lives. Gurmit is a well-known environmentalist while Tan is an advocate of organic farming and the duo are founders of several non-governmental bodies and often embark on efforts to champion green initiatives in society.

Read more: Environmentalist Gurmit Singh and his wife opt for the simple life to preserve nature

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